Eating sweet, sour, spicy and salty is related to personality
American behavioral psychologists have recently shown a lot of facts to show that people’s character and taste are closely related.
People who like to eat rice: often self-intoxicated, lonely and self-respecting; deal with people properly, and more accommodating, but the spirit of mutual assistance is poor.
People who like to eat pasta: they can talk, exaggerate, not consider the consequences and impacts; they are not firm, and they are easy to lose confidence in doing things.
People who like to eat sweets: warm, cheerful and approachable, but usually a little weak and timid, lacking the spirit of adventure.
People who like to eat sour: have a career, but with a lonely personality, uncommunicative, when they are in trouble, they have no friends.
People who like spicy food: They are good at thinking, have ideas, eat soft but not hard, and sometimes they are picky about small problems on others.
People who like to eat salty food: treat others with stability, courtesy, plan things, and work hard, but they despise the feelings between people and are hypocritical.
People who like to eat fried food: brave the risk, have the desire to do something, but are frustrated, that is, discouraged.
People who like to eat light food: pay attention to communication and approach others, hope to make friends, and do not want to act alone.